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AIR: The Musical (2010)

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Three musical stories of people who feel out of place in the world, and their longing to find a connection with someone else. A middle aged African American sings to a new love in a country... See full summary »

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Dan
Megan Carter ...
Sarah
Granvile O'Neal ...
Malcolm
Brenda Harvey ...
Julie Anne
Dylan Hilpman ...
Donnie
Jennifer Coville ...
Kathy
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Sam Aguirre ...
Marching Band Member
Mike Alexander ...
Himself
Matthew Allison ...
Honky Tonk Dancer
Ayo Alston-Moore ...
Honky Tonk Patron
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Zuko
Mariana Baettner ...
Ballroom Dancer
Ricki Baker ...
Honky Tonk Dancer
Kristen Bancocy ...
Honky Tonk Dancer
Blaine Barry ...
Honky Tonk Dancer
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Three musical stories of people who feel out of place in the world, and their longing to find a connection with someone else. A middle aged African American sings to a new love in a country western bar, a young goth girl sings a 50s style ballad as she wanders the streets with a broken heart, and a punk croons a modern doo wop at a punk rock show. Written by Anonymous

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There is a rhythm to life, and when six people lose touch with that current, their worlds come physically crashing down around them in this dramatic, romantic comedy musical.


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6 April 2010 (USA)  »

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The production took over the town of Yates Center, KS for multiple days. The Yates Center Junior High and High School marching band combined to perform as the marching band featured in the movie. See more »

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AIR is a timeless story
17 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

AIR was a wonderful reminder of the complexity and simplicity relationships bring to life. The young leads are mature beyond their years in this performance. One of the highlights for me was the range in genre of the score. There's rock, folk, country - you name it and something for everyone's taste. And the music strengthens the emotion throughout the story line. For their first feature film, Jeremy Osbern and Chris Blunk have created a high quality, timeless story that all generations can relate to and enjoy. In fact, part of the subtle charm of the film is that it obviously hasn't been staged in the obvious Hollywood spots. The streets and scenes should remind us all of places we live, making the movie more relevant for viewers.


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